Hello All! I’m back with another Book Tag!!!
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*(F*** A) Silver Lining* – A book you didn’t expect to like but loved OR a not so great book that had a silver lining that kept you hooked
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue; I thought this was going to be just another mediocre book, even though this book was pretty hyped when I read it, but I’m thankful that I chose to read it anyway because it’s so good.
*(Say Amen) Saturday Night* – Either a book you were thankful was over OR A book you could spend all Saturday night reading
The book that I was thankful to be over has to be Empire of Storms because it was sooo boring and slow. I was dreading the 700-page book from the start because I feel like the longer her books have gotten, the drier the content seems to get. I did like most of what this book entitled, but it’s just too long.
*Hey Look Ma, I Made It* – A book you felt accomplished for finishing
This isn’t exactly what it’s asking but after reading We Were Liars, I’m grateful to have finished it, I was considering to DNF it in the beginning, but after that ending, I felt as though it was worth reading.
*High Hopes* – A book you had high hopes for but fell flat
Clockwork Angel; I was so excited to read this because it was a different version of the shadowhunter world, it takes place in somewhere I like reading about and I love that time period. I still liked this series, it just wasn’t what I was expecting.
*Roaring 20s* – A book that makes you feel nostalgic
The Liar Society, it makes me feel nostalgic in a sense of in my childhood, I read in spurts and so when I did read, I read a lot of books that I enjoyed. This book reminds of the few times I could be sucked into a book and was grasped to the end.
*Dancing’s Not A Crime* – A book that booktube makes you feel is a crime for loving/hating
I think the Shatter Me series has been getting less hype and more negative reviews lately so I feel like anyone of these books fit into this category.
*One of The Drunks* – A book you got drunk on that left you in a book hangover
Honestly, I’d have to say City of Bones or City of Heavenly Fire, because I got really sucked into them, and for the last book in the series nearly crushed me, and I didn’t know what to do with myself once it was over.
*The Overpass* – A Book that deals with a difficult subject matter
Believ-a-rexic, this books has some heavy subject matter, it talks about eating disorders, suicide, substance abuse, and depression. I think it does a very well job of explaining all these heavy matters.
*King of The Clouds* – Your go-to book to lift you up when you’re feeling down
If I’m being honest, I don’t re-read books as often as I would like to, so when I’m feeling down, I probably would read the book I’m currently reading, or go on youtube or something.
*Old Fashioned* – Your favorite book published before the year 2000
This was pretty hard to find a book made before the 2000’s that I’ve actually read, but then I realized that I had read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, so there’s at least one that I’ve liked.
*Dying in LA* – A book that you love that is underhyped
All the Ugly and Wonderful Things. I know this book was, I believe one of 2016’s top book for Book of the Month, but I still don’t find many booktubers and bloggers mentioning this book.